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We are a 501(c)(3) organization. Tax ID: 84-0567786
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Emmaus Catholic Hospice can accept many types of assets, including:
Emmaus Catholic Hospice works with The Catholic Foundation to accommodate non-cash gifts.
If you would like additional information about The Catholic Foundation and how to provide non-cash gifts to Emmaus Catholic Hospice,
IRA Charitable Rollover or Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD)
A QCD is a distribution from an IRA which is paid directly to Emmaus Catholic Hospice after the IRA owner turns 70½. An IRA owner can make QCDs of up to $100,000 annually. If your distribution counts as a QCD, the amount is not reported as taxable income on your tax return. Amounts that exceed $100,000 or don’t fit the QCD rules are typically treated as regular distributions. QCDs are also sometimes referred to as an IRA charitable rollover.
IRA Required Minimum Distribution (RMD)
An IRA owner who has turned 72 is required to distribute a certain portion of his or her IRA every year. This is known as your RMD. If you do need the funds, donating to Emmaus Catholic Hospice is a great option.
If you would like additional information about how to provide an IRA charitable gift to Emmaus Catholic Hospice,
You may not be aware that if you name your children as the ultimate beneficiaries of your I.R.A. or Qualified Retirement Plan(s), they may only receive one-third of the total assets. By gifting all or a portion of your retirement plan(s) to a charitable organization, the full value is generally passed to the charity and may ultimately make a greater impact. The amount received by a charitable organization will be fully deductible from your estate.
A Bequest made during your lifetime is the most common method of planned giving and enables you to distribute assets to individuals and charitable organizations in the amounts or proportions you indicate. An estate gift also provides the opportunity to make a major gift while preserving assets during a lifetime, with a reduction in federal estate taxes.
A gift of Life Insurance is a simple way to make a legacy gift. You may name a charity as the beneficiary of all or a portion of a life insurance policy. A charity can also be named as the alternate or final beneficiary. At your death, all proceeds would pass immediately to the named charitable organizations. Policies originally intended to protect a spouse, child or even complete a mortgage payment may no longer be necessary. Consider how these policies may be used to help fulfill other needs or causes.
If you would like additional information about how to include Emmaus Catholic Hospice in your legacy giving,